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Released in 2011, Disobey was the first new album from Comedy of Errors in over 20 years.
The core of the line-up which recorded the band's eponymous album from 1988 reconvened (vocalist Joe Cairney, keyboard player Jim Johnston, and guitarist Mark Spalding work alongside new recruit drummer Bruce Levick).
Still rooted in the neo-prog style COE adopted in the 1980s, there is a power and confidence tthroughout Disobey underpinning a stong set of songs (including the four part 26 minute epic The Student Prince).
Johnston wrote and arranged all the songs, but the band gel superbly as if their last studio collaboration was but a few months ago. The band themselves saw this as a debut album, not because they wished to turn their backs on their legacy, but because this was very much a new beginning for what ultimately has become a highly successful rebirth.
CD in digipak with 16-page booklet
1 Disobey 6:45
2 Jekyll 5:12
3 Prelude, Riff And Fugue 4:42
4 Carousel 9:57
5 American Rodeo 4:09
6 Could Have Been Yesterday 5:55
7 Ailsa's Lullaby 1:36
8 Joke 4:22
9 The Student Prince
Part 1. When Will I See You Again? 9:11
Part 2. And So To Bed 5:57
Part 3. Foolcircle 7:13
Part 4. Green Light Coda 3:31